Producciones Tauro Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (April 7, 1967-May 30, 1968)

Visuals: The sequence starts with a space background, where we see many astronomical objects, such as galaxies and stars. On the top right corner of the screen, there is a constellation known as Taurus (hence the company's name). The logo zooms in towards the constellation and as we stop, a bunch of lines trace between the stars of the constellation, forming the first half of a charging bull. The screen then zooms away from the constellation and as it does that, The word "PRODUCCIONES" in a gothic font wipes in below the bull, and the same thing goes for the words "TAURO FILMS, S.A." on the same style, but is much bigger than the word above it.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: A repetitive beeping noise that lasts throughout the entire logo, followed by a gunshot-like sound, then a dramatic, sinister orchestral fanfare is heard.

Availability: This was seen in their films during the time such as Alma Grande en el desierto, El mundo loco de los jóvenes, Chanoc and Even the Wind Is Afraid.

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